I have been. The cymbalta messed up my sleep cycle, and the pain has been getting worse by the day, even though I haven’t taken it in a couple of weeks. Maybe it’s NOT the cymbalta? Anyway, doctor convinced me to try gabapentin, the lowest possible dose. Took it last night, and less pain today. Not a lot less, but less anyway. Still have an overwhelming need to lie down after being up for two hours. And that’s the other thing. DST. I hate DST with a passion, especially the spring change. My normal wake up time of 10am is now 11 am, thank you for nothing.
There has been a lot to rant about recently, but I have been in too much pain, and my computers have been such annoyances, I haven’t.
Here’s one thing. Not really a rant, though. A book. Wouldn’t it be great if that was the problem, and it suddenly got fixed? The level of stupidity humanity seems to have fallen to is frankly terrifying. And now, I really need to go lie down. 🙂
By Poul Anderson
From a Hugo and Nebula Award–winning author: When Earth finally escapes a magnetic field that has been suppressing intelligence on the planet for ages, humans and animals alike become smarter than ever before — changing the fabric of society.